HCM City to fund VNĐ220 billion for pre-school workers
8/19/2018 12:52:21 AM (GMT+7)
 The HCM City government will spend VNĐ220billion (US$9,400) to support workers and teachers at pre-schools this year, according to a report from the city’s Department of Education and Training.

Hard teaching lives in northern mountainous areas
8/18/2018 1:16:00 PM (GMT+7)
 Teacher Luc Thi Ly has to walk every day along a rough and dangerous track to her school in the northern mountainous province of Cao Bang.

Workplace reality bites for graduates
8/18/2018 9:10:00 AM (GMT+7)
 There were about 1.1 million unemployed people in Vietnam in the second quarter, including some 200,000 graduates, according to the General Statistics Office. 

Mekong Delta provinces prepare for upcoming academic year
8/17/2018 1:27:17 PM (GMT+7)
The education sector in Cuu Long (Mekong) Delta provinces are preparing for the new school year, investing in and upgrading infrastructure and building new facilities, especially at boarding schools for ethnic minorities.

Tuition fee exemptions for poor secondary pupils
8/17/2018 4:03:13 PM (GMT+7)
 The government has approved tuition fee exemption for students at state-owned secondary schools and children aged five at nursery schools.

Education Ministry still searching for the best questions for 2-in-1 exam
8/17/2018 9:36:26 AM (GMT+7)
After the exam cheating scams in four provinces were discovered, MOET’s leaders admitted that the questions on the high school final exam were difficult for students.

School of law launches anti-corruption master training program
8/16/2018 7:00:00 AM (GMT+7)
While the heads of the Hanoi National University (HNU) affirm the importance of the anti-corruption training program, state officials are still concerned about the curriculum and job prospects of graduates.

No more school on Saturdays: parents big yay, schools refuse
8/16/2018 6:04:40 PM (GMT+7)
 A recent proposal to stop schooling on Saturday received applause from parents and students, but was frowned upon by schools over fears of breaking curriculum guidelines.

Hanoi tightens control over foreign language centers
8/16/2018 4:57:01 PM (GMT+7)
 Foreign language centers are mushrooming to meet the increasing demand of residents in Hanoi, especially pupils and students.

HCM City not to increase tuition fee this year
8/16/2018 3:49:34 PM (GMT+7)
 People’s Committee in Ho Chi Minh City has approved the Department of Education and Training’s proposal not to increase tuition fee of the academic year 2018-2019.

Vietnamese students to New Zealand on the rise
8/16/2018 3:33:00 PM (GMT+7)
 New Zealand provides quality education for Vietnamese students as numbers continue to climb.

Universities now provide on-demand training
8/15/2018 10:20:02 AM (GMT+7)
A policy for ordering training and scientific research for autonomous universities, plus a government decree on university autonomy, is expected to help promote training quality.